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Retrieving control-rendering status of Windows Form

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#1 ·  Posted (edited)

An .NET application I'm working with has two tabs. When I select a tab to make its controls visible, the application hangs for a bit before displaying them.

Is there a way to programatically determine if a window has rendered (painted) all of its controls?

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#3 ·  Posted (edited)

Zedna,

Yes. That is one way. Thank you for the suggestion.

The problem is that the controls change dynamically depending on an option selected in a ListView.

> Option 'X' exposes 'Control1' which, when pressed, invokes behavior 'X'

> Option 'Y' exposes 'Control1' which, when pressed, invokes behavior 'Y'

So 'Control1' is the common denominator, but its context changes. I was looking for a way around hard-coding wait states. Looks like I may have to do that anyway.

Thanks again for your reply and your help.

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